-atim

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English[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin -ātim.

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-atim

  1. Suffix changing a component into an adverb meaning "by that component."

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Originally from the accusative singular ending -im of partim, pars; later extended with the first conjugation perfect passive participial suffix -ātus.

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Suffix[edit]

-ātim

  1. Adverbial suffix denoting something being in the form of a noun
    nomen (name)nominātim (by name)
    oppidum (town)oppidātim (in every town)
  2. -by-
    gradus (step)gradātim (step by step)
    littera (letter)litterātim (letter by letter)

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